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Half Hollow Hills East has been a powerhouse in boys tennis for nearly 30 years, but junior Zain Ali did something Saturday that no other player from his school had ever accomplished.
Forget the county Class AA crown or being the best in Class B, unlike in football, lacrosse, basketball or baseball. Only one team can earn the title of Suffolk champion in boys tennis, and for the fourth consecutive season, that team is Half Hollow Hills East.
Cold Spring Harbor believed it had to take all four singles matches against Half Hollow Hills East to win the Long Island boys tennis championship, but though Conor Dauer eventually did secure a singles sweep for the Seahawks, it was their unusual duo at third doubles that ultimately clinched the title.
Top-seeded Half Hollow Hills East (18-0) won its third straight Suffolk championship by handing No. 2 Ward Melville its first loss in 19 matches, 6-1.
Upper Room Christian School shows off some of the new menu items introduced at Aces Restaurant on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in this student created video.
Half Hollow Hills East's Chris Hunter takes on The Ross School's Richard Sipala in this First Singles match for the Section XI Boys Tennis Team Championship.
The Ross School's Richard Sipala meets up with Steven Marzagalli of Patchogue-Medford in their First Singles match in the Suffolk Semifinals on 5/27/11.
Freshman Zain Ali talks about his performance in the match-up against Rajkumar Pammal of Commack during the Suffolk Boys Tennis Quarterfinals and his undefeated season.
Brandon Stone of Walt Whitman and East Islip's Nick Bauer face off at First Singles during their team's First Round match-up of the Suffolk County playoffs on 5/25/11.
Sophomore First Singles Tennis player Brandon Stone opens up about his performance in the Boys Tennis Semifinals against East Islip's Nick Bauer and his season accomplishments.
Eric Ambrosio talks about what he is hoping to achieve by looking forward in the Nassau Boys Singles & Doubles Championships, and what his coach has told him to keep him going.
East Meadow's Guerrero and Mitchel take on Oceanside's Flax and Bader at the Nassau County Boys Singles & Doubles Tournament at Oceanside High School on 5/14/11.
Valley Stream South's Savin takes on Malverne/East Rockaway's Barbier at the Nassau County Boys Singles & Doubles Tournament at Oceanside High School on 5/14/11.
North Shore's Fierstein and Korponay take on South Side's Kalafatis and Muloolly at the Nassau County Boys Singles & Doubles Tournament at Oceanside High School on 5/14/11.
The top boys tennis players from Nassau County take to the court at the Nassau County Boys Singles & Doubles Tournament at Oceanside High School on 5/16/11.
In First Doubles, Southold's Ernest Kozlowski and William Richter take on Center Moriches' MIke Oldham and Mike Valentine in a boys tennis match-up on 4/29/11.
Eighth grader Kevin Kowalsky opens up about being the youngest player on the team and what he tried to focus on in his First Singles match against Malverne/East Rockaway.
Boys from the ages of 10-12 years old compete for a trip to Worldwide Championship from June 1-4 at Roland Garros in Paris, France in this Upper Room Christian School student video.
Garden City tennis player Zach Morris talks about what his team is looking to accomplish after he gets his picture taken at Newsday's Spring Sports Photo Shoot on 3/23/11.